Tegee Rogers, a 33-year-old Herndon man, and Justin Fedorchak, a 39-year-old Manassas man, were arrested last month a Jimmy's Old Town Tavern in Herndon. Rogers and Fedorchak were charged with three felonies and several misdemeanors: manufacturing an explosive device, setting a fire capable of spreading, burning or destroying a meeting house, and other state fire misdemeanors. The arrests stem from the fire-breathing act the bartenders have been performing for years, a 13-year tradition for Jimmy's Old Town Tavern. Reportedly, Fairfax County fire investigators received a letter in the mail complaining about the act. Jimmy Cirrito, owner of Jimmy's Tavern, says fire marshals never sent him a letter or gave him warning of any violations. Cirrito does not believe they have broken any laws, however, he would have put an end to the act if he had been notified of the investigation.